In medi-evil England, The Pink Pather attempts to rescue a poor unfortunate (our pointy-nosed man again) from incarceration due to his inability to pay his tax. Ultimately they are both ... See full summary »

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In medi-evil England, The Pink Pather attempts to rescue a poor unfortunate (our pointy-nosed man again) from incarceration due to his inability to pay his tax. Ultimately they are both locked up again and so is Robin Hood who tries to rescue them. Written by Andrew Morrice

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Two-thirds great, one third not quite so much
6 October 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Not one of Pinky's best, still entertaining, even with a somewhat routine story and a final third(apart from the clever ending touch) that got too silly(could have been much funnier if paced a little less hectically and not reading of one big dumb chase sequence, which is how it turned out). The animation is bright and elegant, while maintaining the minimal simplicity that has always been part of the Pink Panther cartoons' charm. The jazzy scoring also appeals as is the theme tune, as said so many times one of those theme tunes that you can't get enough of even when heard so many times you lose count. The pace is generally brisk while not too rushed and for the first two thirds of Pinkcome Tax the gags are clever and a joy to watch really. All in all, a very good cartoon, if it weren't for the ever so slightly lacking final third it would have been a great one. 8/10 Bethany Cox


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